Genomic Variation: Lessons Learned from Whole-Genome CNV Analysis


One of the most fundamental goals of the study of human genetics was to determine the relationship between genomic variation and human disease. The effects of large-scale structural variation, such as aneuploidy and other cytogenetically visible imbalances, as well as sequence-level variation, have been studied for several decades. However, compared to… (More)


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